Luke holds a Masters and Bachelors degree in Chiropractic and Exercise Science, respectively and is certified as a Functional Movement Screening Practitioner (FMS), Advanced Selective Functional Movement Assessment Practitioner(SFMA), Full Body Certified Active Release Technique Provider (ART), Musculo-Skeletal Dry Needling, Kinesiology taping (Rock Tape) and a Running Technician with Enhance Running to name a few.
For the Past 6 years Luke has been involved in educating Master’s students in Orthopedic and Neurological assessment at Macquarie University, and more recently has joined the Active Release Techniques team to run courses in Australia.
Luke consults to some of Australia’s leading health and fitness professionals, runs workshops and mentoring programs for health professionals and believes the future of neuromusculoskeletal will be movement based.
Mike Leahy Interview
Interview with Mike Leahy – Founder of ART Dr Mike Leahy and Luke Khoury interviewing.
Sydney, Australia 2016.
David Steven & Mitchell Pearce on Channel 9
Check out the Channel 9 news segment with David Steven & Mitchell Pearce highlighting some ART techniques. Use the password “Roosters” to watch.
Dr. Matt Davidson
Dr. Matthew Davidson B.Sc., M.Chiro, is the Director and founder of the Hope Island Chiropractic Centre. Dr. Davidson has completed a Bachelor of Science from Griffith University as well as an Anatomy and Physiology Major from Queensland University. Graduating from Macquarie University in 2000 with a Master in Chiropractic, he has 14 years experience in the field of Chiropractic and soft tissue injuries.Dr. Davidson also has 10 years experience in Active Release Technique®, treating at the World Championships in Ironman Triathlon, Kona, Hawaii in 2010 and 2011. With Active Release Techniques® Dr. Davidson has treated some of Australia’s elite athletes in the fields of Mixed Martials Arts, Ultimate Fighting Championship, Muay Thai, Tennis, Bodybuilding, Body Shaping, Power Lifting, and Ironman Triathlon.He is a member of the Chiropractic Association of Australia (CAA) and Sports Chiropractic Australia (SCA).
Matthew Stewart is the Managing Director of Peak Sports And Spine Centre in Hawthorne and a Director at Employ Health. Uniquely awarded with degrees in both Physiotherapy and Chiropractic, Matt is uniquely qualified to work with a unique skill set.Matthew’s passion is helping people set and exceed their goals.Matthew has a special interest in treating soft tissue musculoskeletal conditions arising from sporting injuries or occupational overuse.Matthew’s interests and qualifications have also helped him work with elite athletes, sporting teams, occupational workers and delivering seminars.When not working, you can find Matthew playing AFL, snowboarding, hanging at the beach or on some overseas adventure.
Andrew is a chiropractor and ART provider with over 15 years experience. He graduated from Macquarie University in 2001 with a Master of Chiropractic and is currently working in private practice in the Suherland Shire. He has treated at ironman events in Canada and Australia and continues to work with national and international level athletes. He has instructed with ART in Australia and England.
Shermain M Wong
Shermain started working in the industry as a Strength and Conditioning Trainer and an Eastern Soft Tissue Therapist some 15 years ago and underwent apprenticeship very much like the Chinese Martial Arts methods of training before deciding to specialise in Chiropractic, then Sport Chiropractic and thereafter, refining her skills into a Movement Rehab and Soft Tissue Specialist.Like any active persons who have their favourite sport, Shermain loves watching movement by the genre of geniuses like Muhammad Ali, Jet Li to Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers (personally thinks that Ginger Rogers was utterly brilliant). And her sport interest is targeted in the Martial Arts, some random lifting and contact improv.She has worked at the Crossfit Regionals as a Sports Chiropractor and a Soft Tissue and Movement Rehab Specialist and at the World IronMan Championships as well the international ones. She also worked with Ice Hockey Women Melbourne, headed the Rehabilitation team at Coburg VFL, and currently with Melbourne City Ballet.She also learnt two different Nerve Treatment methods from Physio external educators, studied with the head honchos of the Fascia world as well as the above approaches from an Osteopathic school.
Andrew Lim has a Masters in Chiropractic and his interest in Sports Chiropractic has led him to treat many athletes from junior to elite levels in many sports including tennis, golf, athletics, cycling, pole dancing, body building and Brazilain Juijitsu/MMA.He provides corrective exercise rehabilitation as well as injury management and biomechanical correction as part of the performance based chiropractic care. Recently, Andrew has undergone training in optimizing running biomechanics with video analysis, with the specific aim at reducing and preventing injuries.Andrew has lectured and tutored Human Anatomy at Macquarie University. Part of his role at the university involves dissecting and preparing specimens for study. The specilization is this area allows a greater understanding of the human body and so leads to a better understanding of his patient’s problem, and how to fix them. Currently he is a Clinic Supervisor at Macquarie University Student Clinic where he oversees the training of future Chiropractors.
Is there a specific order the core courses should be taken in?
How early should I sign up for a course?
How many Continuing Education Credits/Units are available for each course and what boards approve ART® courses?
What does “recert” mean and how many hours do I need to attend a course?
How close together can I take the courses?
What is your recertification process?
What does Full Body Certified mean?
How do I list as an Online Provider?
Can I use the ART® logo or the terms “ART” or Active Release Techniques?
Can the ART® manuals and DVDs be purchased separately from a course?
Who can take Active Release Techniques courses?
Who is eligible for the student discount?
How important is my knowledge of anatomy when taking an ART® course?
What are the prerequisites for the Long Tract Nerve Entrapment Course?
Do I have to stay at the hotel where the seminar is being held?
How do I become certified in Biomechanics?
What if I can’t take a course that I signed up for? Can I transfer to another course?
What is the cancellation policy?
What can you expect at an ART® course?